The IFMA show hasn't been the most popular trade show when it comes down to new BMX bikes and parts. The show is held only two weeks after the (more popular) EUROBIKE show in Friedrichshafen so if you've been to that show, you won't be seeing many new things in Cologne.
As being updated as you can, going from a heavy bike to a light bike, takes several purchases and with the amount of products out there, you most likely would like to see what you buy.
In the past I really never had any problems ordering from a mail order catalog, the people on the phone are riders and have given me there most honest opinion yet (at least I hope). The product arrives on time, the only downside is that you receive stickers and a t-shirt you are probably going clean your bike with, rather then wearing it.
Niels Thanild has been on the BMX scene for a long time. The Danish Dragonfly rider wears a lot of hats. He runs his own BMX distribution, he’s a stuntman, he’s a student and he likes to spend time on the road. Most and for all Niels considers himself a bike rider.
FATBMX met up with Niels in Tallinn, Estonia at 04:45am to grab a taxi to the airport. While waiting for our flights the laptop was opened to do this Bizznizz interview with the overall nice guy who is trying to keep the Danish scene alive. Nielswheels in full effect: